Those really interested in getting a camera, I say go for the Panasonic FZ200. It is the most versatile camera I have seen in the industry. Get a full blown SLR and super great lens. I am pretty sure anyone could find it for an more affordable price than going to your local store. Even though it does not have built in wifi, just pick up an eye fi memory card or pqi air card. problem solved. :D
If you do not believe me how great this camera is, Please check the reviews!!!
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Got the memory card with wifi built in. no more lazy excuses…. #eyefi #wifi #memory #card #camera #lazy #epic
just busy working to save up for a nicer camera one day inshallah. toughest part is being patient about it…
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Anonymous asked: What kind of camera do you use? Which camera would you suggest for someone that wants to just start out and practice their photography?
Sorry for the late reply, I really had to think about this.
For a first time user who is trying to get into photography, I recommend some of the more compact cameras. Such as the Nikon P7700, Panasonic LX7, Samsung Ex2, or possibly Canon powershot G15. Though these cameras are at the higher end with some professional features, but they have a good lens and very portable with enough features to explore and build skill.
Some of the cheaper ones are good as well which are the travel point and shoot compacts. I have a Panasonic ZS19 that suits me for a variety of pictures, but it is with limits though. Some of the midranged point and shoots offer some advanced features to explore around with, but lacking at times. I would go for a camera that has built in wifi because it is MUCH easier to upload pictures and post stuff. Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm and “Samsung especially” have wifi built into their cameras.
There are also super cameras that are considered bridge cameras. Mix between a point and shoot and DSLR, but have a bigger lens for capturing higher quality photos and father distant photos, which are good for nature photography and sports. Panansonic, Sony, Canon, and Nikon carry some excellent models. The lens of these cameras are also bigger than compact cameras, and tend to be more verstitile in taking a variety of pictures.
If you want to get into a DSLR with interchangable lenses, there are two types you will come across. One has the flappy mirror that moves up and down, and there is the mirrorless that does not have a flappy mirror. The mirrorless tend to be much more reliable than the tradional DSLR because they have no moving part. I would go with Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Pentax, or even olympus because they make some of the best mirrorless cameras in the market. If you wanted to go with a traditonal DSLR, I would look at Nikon, Canon, Pentax. Pentax and Nikon may have the best value for cameras and are generally built better than Canon at a better value. At this I would always choose MIRRORLESS over the tranditional DSLR. Simply because they have major advantage with night shots and are cheaper. Sony nex and Samsung NX models I would choose because I think they offer beginner to advance features that you may find easier to use.
InshAllah I hope this helps.
Good site to get help from, www.dpreview.com
I took this picture of a spider on a walk tonight. I think it is a beautiful pic, some may not. I take these pics cause i enjoy photography.
ps: if you are freaked out by spiders, do not look!!!
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Nikon COOLPIX P7700 Digital Camera (by ImageGuyMikey)
If my camera goes poo, I think I might replace it with this one. better than carrying a bulky slr around. :)
I see no need for a professional camera when everything is getting smaller by the day. Now only if this was weather proof.
I am starting to notice something weird about my camera, is it my eyes or the camera as the pictures are starting to come out not as clear? if it does malfunction, I will just get a better camera then.
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if sony comes out with a super zoom camera next year with 40+ optical zoom, higher digital zoom. I will be able to take pictures of the craters on the moon. it needs wifi too.
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i took some of these pictures.
the trashcan pic is just a test picture :P
test pic goes to my sis while i was driving ;)
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